Rome Railway StationEdit profile
Stazione Termini – main railway Station in Rome. Contemporary Roman Railway Station Building and is one of the largest train stations in Europe. It is named after the same name area, which in turn took its name from ancient Baths of Diocletian (in Latin, thermae), which lie across the street from the main entrance.
It has over 150 million passengers each year. Termini is also the main hub for public transport inside Rome. Both current Rome Metro lines (A and B) intersect at Termini metro station, and a major bus station is located at Piazza dei Cinquecento, the square in front of the station. However, the main tram lines of the city cross atPorta Maggiore, some 1,500 metres east of the station.
On 23 December 2006, the station was dedicated to Pope John Paul II.